With four keyboards, 25 ranks of pipes and over two hundred stop keys, the white and gold Wurlitzer console took pride of place centre stage in the Troxy’s Art Deco theatre.
Located in Stepney, east London, the Troxy hosted this superb event on Saturday 22nd August, after five years of hard work by a dedicated team of volunteers. With an audience of over 860 travelling from all over the UK as well as many people from Europe and the USA.
The Show was opened by internationally renowned organist Richard Hills, who delighted the audience with a sophisticated mix of music s... Read more.
A brand new sound, incredible new audio styles and a new wide colour screen barely scratches the surface on the all new Yamaha PSR-S970 keyboard.
The S970 sits atop the all new S-Series range, alongside the PSR-S670 and PSR-S770. There are simply too many new features to list in this brief announcement. Full details can be found on Yamaha's website.
As the world's largest musical instrument company, there is always a lot of attention paid when they launch new instruments. That's why when the CVP-700 series of Clavinova digital piano was announced we were excited to see the hype was completely justified!
The CVP-700 series is the perfect combination of Yamaha's industry leading Clavinova CLP digital pianos with the unbridaled power of their workstation keyboards - of which the Tyros is the flagship.
Incorporating a whole host of new sounds, including world class Yamaha and Bosendorfer grand pianos, alongside a wide array... Read more.
Esquin & Paul have just informed us that the new telephone number for Orla Direct is 01455 697878
Visit our articles page for the June Trocadero Wurlitzer newsletter in which the Trust thank all who have helped as the Troxy Wurlitzer makes its first appearance in concert at a grand opening event presented by The COS on Saturday 22nd August 2015.
The Chapel at Stowe is an extraordinary building housing one of the country’s most important musical instruments. The organ in the chapel is the second largest school chapel organ in the world (after Lancing College). Designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and opened in 1929 by Prince George, included this magnificent organ that was designed in conjunction with the School’s first Director of Music Dr. L P Huggins.
Richard Cook, one of the country’s leading classical organists will be attending